The crew of the Russian TV channel Lifenews tied in Chisinau airport due to lack of accreditation, correspondents are banned from entering the country, said Last news chief editor of the channel Anatoly Suleymanov.
"Our crew passed the customs surveillance at the airport of Chisinau, and after already on the tape (baggage claim), they were asked to bring things for inspection. They announced that They are denied entry into the Republic of Moldova because of that they do not have accreditation, " said Suleymanov.
according to him, journalists issued a document on the prohibition of entry and stated that the passport they will receive on his return to the capital of Russia from envoy airlines. Now reporters are waiting for the return flight to the Russian Federation, which will be only in the evening.
Editor-in-chief of the channel, said correspondent seized the stick, on which was written " a piece of a story ". He is, in the opinion of the commissioners of the Moldovan customs authorities, " threatens the security of Moldova ".
Suleymanov added that customs authorities " learned about the fact that one of the correspondents were banned entry to Ukraine ", which in his vision, could become the basis of the ban on entry to Moldova.
Editor-in-chief said that the correspondents and in truth had not been accredited in Moldova, as with a lot of Russian correspondents in the last period of time, problems, and added that " formally, they (the customs service of Moldova) right ".
in Chisinau on Sunday were initiated numerous demonstrations of disagreement. According to the interior Ministry, in an antigovernment rally was attended by 40 thousand people, but the organizers claim that came to the area more than 100 thousand people. Among the demands of protesters holding early elections to the Parliament no later than March 2016, and the development of equal conditions for free elections. Protesters also demanded the resignation of the President and his election in the General election. Protesters pitched a tent camp on the Central square of the capital of Moldova.